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Nagpur to Dibrugarh Flights

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IndiGo operates three connecting flights on this route daily. The minimum flight duration on this route is 6 hours and 20 minutes. Take a look at the detailed flight schedule and complete your Nagpur to Dibrugarh flight booking on Adani today!

Flights from Nagpur to Dibrugarh


About Dibrugarh Airport

Because it is located 15 km northeast of Dibrugarh in the Mohanbari area, the Dibrugarh Airport is sometimes known as the Mohanbari Airport. It is one of India's oldest airports, located in the northeastern region of the country. This airport has flights to Kolkata and Guwahati. The IATA code for Dibrugarh Airport is DIB.

The domestic terminal of Dibrugarh Airport is over 10,500 square metres in size. It has a total capacity of 500 passengers at a time. Four boarding gates, ten check-in counters, and two security checks are available at the airport. Passengers can conveniently move their bags using the free trolleys available at the airport. Wheelchairs, childcare rooms, a lost and found baggage desk, and medical facilities are among the other amenities available at the airport.

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About Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh is a city and the administrative centre of the Dibrugarh district in the Indian state of Assam. Dibrugarh, often known as India's Tea City, is a prominent city in northeastern India, along with Guwahati. It is the region's rising industrial centre. Dibrugarh is also the nerve centre of industry, communication, and healthcare in the upper Assam area and is one of the two primary cities in the state to receive urban development financing from the Asian Development Bank. Dibrugarh is 439 km east of Guwahati, the capital of Assam.

There are several famous temples in Dibrugarh, including the Kali and Jain temples. Moreover, the city is known for its cultural activities, and visitors will surely enjoy its natural beauty.

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Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary

This four-layered rainforest is home to a huge diversity of flora and fauna, including Orchid varieties and wild bananas, making it one of the best places to visit in Dibrugarh. It houses more than 293 bird species, 47 animal species, 30 butterfly species, and 47 reptile species.

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Jeypur Rainforest

The Jeypur Rainforest, which covers an area of 108 square km, is a tropical wonderland. The forest, which receives rainfall all year round, is one of the most biodiverse tourist spots in Dibrugarh. It has 102 different orchids and tall Halong trees that grow up to 50 m in height.

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This place has several tea estates and villages and is a commercial centre in the Dibrugarh district. This town is quickly becoming a renowned tourist destination. You may also explore Sasoni Gojpuria, Merill Eco-Tourism, and Gobhuro Dolong, located close to Naharkatia.

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Namphake Village

Namphake Village is set in the middle of natural forests. Situated 37 km away from Dibrugarh,  it is the home to several Tai Phakey families. Namphake is one of the most famous tourist destinations near Dibrugarh because of the gorgeous Buddhist monastery in the village, which is also used as a meditation centre.

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Radha Krishna Temple

Magnificent green gardens surround this Hindu shrine in Jalan Nagar. The tranquillity of this location will help you unwind. People come to the temple to witness its distinct and defined architectural style. It is about 5 km from the city centre.

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Shri Jagannath Temple

The Dibrugarh Shri Jagannath Temple replicates the Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odissa. This temple, also known as Shikshetra Dhaam, is located near the Mahatma Gandhi Park in Khanikar.  It is 6 km from the city centre.


About Nagpur Airport

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport serves the city of Nagpur. It was first commissioned in 1917–18, during World War I. In 2005, the airport was renamed after Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, the chief architect of the Indian Constitution. It covers 1,460 acres. The new terminal building was opened in April 2008, with an estimated cost of USD 12 million for upgrades and modifications. The IATA code for Nagpur Airport is NAG. The distance from Nagpur city to the airport is around 8 km.

Domestic flights are available from Terminal 1. There are two boarding gates in the domestic terminal and an emergency gate. The airport's domestic terminal is located on the ground floor and covers an area of 7,000 square metres.

Nagpur Airport offers many travel-friendly services such as an information counter, baggage services, currency exchange, pharmacy, security check, ATMs, child care rooms, first aid rooms, vending machines, luggage carts, and free Wi-Fi connection. The airport has lounges for passengers to relax and wait for their flights.

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About Nagpur

Nagpur, sometimes known as the "City of Oranges," is Maharashtra's one of the largest cities. It is known for its historical significance, and rich culture. It is home to beautiful temples, tranquil parks, lush forests, and picturesque lakes. The Dhamma Chakra Stupa, where Dr Ambedkar embraced Buddhism, is also located here. It gets its name from the River Nag, which runs through the city.

One of the nicest spots to spend an evening in Nagpur is Futala Lake. It's a centuries-old lake built by Nagpur's former kings. Nagpur's Raman Scientific Centre is a hands-on science centre. It was created to foster a scientific mindset. Besides, there are several tourist spots in Nagpur.

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Khindsi Lake

The Khindsi Lake is a renowned tourist site. This lovely lake is about 40 km from the city centre. It is lined with resorts and other places for accommodation. Here, tourists can enjoy water sports in addition to the natural beauty.

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Ambazari Lake

Ambazari Lake is the largest of Nagpur's 11 lakes. It is located on the city's southwest outskirts. The Nag River originates from this lake. The garden also features a musical fountain, different electric rides, amusement activities, and boating options.

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Dhamma Chakra Stupa

The stupa, located in Deekshabhoomi, is a magnificent structure that can accommodate more than 5,000 people. It stands 120 feet tall and comprises Dholpur sandstone, marbles, and granites.

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Lata Mangeshkar Musical Garden

It is a 2,500-seat arena with musical fountains, calming melodies, and performances by musicians. It is an ideal place to help visitors to relax and unwind.

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Ramtek Fort Temple

Ramtek Fort Temple provides visitors with a taste of the mythological past. This temple is located inside a fort on a hilltop, far from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is believed that Lord Rama slept in this temple before setting out to conquer Lanka.

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Waki Woods

The Waki Woods is a beautiful area to visit. It is roughly 30 km from Nagpur. Besides glittering natural scenery, it offers travellers several activities to participate in. Visitors can also enjoy boating, archery, and trekking here.

Frequently Asked Questions

On average, 3 flights operate between Nagpur and Dibrugarh every day.

The shortest flight from Nagpur to Dibrugarh takes 6 hours and 20 minutes.

The IATA code for Nagpur Airport is NAG. The Dibrugarh Airport has the IATA code of DIB.

IndiGo operates most flights on the Nagpur to Dibrugarh route.

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline’s policy for more information on bringing food items during your travel from Nagpur to Dibrugarh.

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy-class flight from Nagpur to Dibrugarh.

Swaminarayan Temple, Ramtek Temple, Deeksha Bhoomi, and The Khindsi Lake are some of the most popular places to visit in Nagpur.

Tarri poha, Param ki daal, Saoji, Samosa, Patodi, and Moong dal halwa are some of the must-try dishes in Nagpur.

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport is the official name of Nagpur Airport.

Marathi is the most widely spoken language in Nagpur.

Because it is the gateway to India's three tea-producing regions, Dibrugarh is renowned as the "Tea City of India.
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Airport Information

Nagpur Sonegaon, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440005

Dibrugarh Civil Aerodrome Dibrugarh, Mohanbari, Dibrugarh, Assam 786012